Slapdash historical revisionism in real time.
The Fox News host tried to drag the New York Democrat after she said inequality would make COVID-19 worse for people of color — and got scorched.
It might take a while for people and businesses to get financial relief.
The president held a big party, keeps touching people, and now is all set to return to the golf course despite social distancing guidelines.
Numerous social media posts showed sailors loudly chanting “Captain Crozier” as Brett Crozier disembarked from the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
“Everyone thinks that New York City is the hot spot and that’s the only one that’s going to be, but that’s not true," the "Fox & Friends" host was told by a medical contributor.
“This is voluntary. I don’t think I am going to be doing it,” the president told reporters at Friday's coronavirus task force meeting.
"He's not smart or articulate," Amazon General Counsel David Zapolsky wrote in notes on the fired warehouse worker.
State legislators will investigate allegations that Senate Majority Leader Kris Langer was drunk during a meeting that involved legislation related to the coronavirus outbreak.
“This is a crisis and we need real leadership. Donald Trump is incapable of it," GOP voters said in Republicans for the Rule of Law's latest ad.
“The notion of the federal stockpile was it’s supposed to be our stockpile. It’s not supposed to be states’ stockpiles that they then use.”
He told CBS News' Weijia Jiang she should be "ashamed" for asking about medical supplies and said states should "fend for themselves."
The president wants his former attorney general to stop mentioning him.
"We need to fix it, and it has to come from the top," said former GOP Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
The CNN host explains just how bad the COVID-19 fever has been for him.
"We really should be," the nation's top infectious disease expert told CNN.
New York's Andrew Cuomo promised to release people imprisoned on technical parole violations — but over 500 remain at the heavily infected jail complex.
“I have personally witnessed its speed, its spread, and its lethality," said Mayor Francis Suarez, who tested positive for coronavirus last month.
The New York governor’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has made him a star, but progressives say the new state budget shows his true colors.
Lawmakers, they're not just like us.